1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A wire with a current of 2.97 A is at an angle of 37.4° relative to a magnetic field of 0.889 T. Calculate the force exerted on a 2.40 m length of the wire. 2. Relevant equations F= ILBsin(theta) 3. The attempt at a solution I'm under the impression that the problem gives me all the information i need, so: F - The force I need to find I - The given current 2.97A L - Length of wire - 2.4m B - .889T sin(37.4) = -.2948 (Could my mistake be here?) I multiply all of these values together (2.97A)(2.4m)(.889T)(-.2948) and i get = -1.867N, which isn't correct.... any suggestions?